16 Ph.D positions opening at UiO, Norway

Marie Sklodowska-Curie PhD Fellowships in Natural Sciences

16 PhD scholarships in areas of astronomy, physics, chemistry, geoscience, bioscience, and mathematics and statistics are available in the CompSci program – a program co-funded by the Marie Sklodowska Curie Actions. The program provides all students with an initial intensive course in computing and data science before starting on their research projects in a disciplinary research group. You will be part of a cohort of international students, learn digital and transferable skills, build an interdisciplinary network, and work with leading researchers.

Among the many supervisors, our NO-Age co-founding member Prof. Hilde Nilsen is among them. If you are interested to work on ageing and age-related diseases by using bioinformatic and AI approaches, here is the opportunity.

You can learn more about the program, how to apply, employment conditions and about living and working in Oslo at the program website: http://www.mn.uio.no/compsci/english/
Flyer of the call

If you are a fan of gorgeous nature and outdoor physical activities, Oslo is the ideal city. Picture courtesy Mai Britt Dahl (Ahus/UiO)


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